KATHMANDU, June 13: The daily turnover at the secondary market posted a record-high amount of Rs 19.55 billion on Sunday.
On the back of the excess liquidity with the banks, easy access to online transactions and the prohibitory orders due to the risk of COVID-19, Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) has been in a bullish trend for the past few months. Last Sunday, the transaction amount jumped to Rs 17.27 billion as a new record.
Along with the transaction amount, the Nepse index gained 38.32 points to close at 2,983.10 points. The trading groups like banking, hotel and tourism, development bank, hydropower, finance, manufacturing and investment were the gainers of the day.